26 June 2009

Yet another dark chapter...

...in the brutal, shameful history of Toronto's horrible racist police force...

A man who returned to Canada wrapped in bloody bandages after being repeatedly shot in Jamaica in May was arrested in a drugs-and-guns investigation. Not only is he facing criminal charges after he was arrested outside a Keele St. and Steeles Ave. liquor store by Toronto Police's Organized Crime Enforcement Unit, the man is appealing a deportation order to Jamaica.
Now, c'mon... just because a man shows up at our border dripping blood from a gunbattle... does that make him a criminal?

No... but this sure does...
Police from Toronto and Waterloo executed five search warrants, including at restaurants on Jane St. and Wilson Ave. With help from Waterloo investigators, police seized 510 grams of heroin, 113 grams of cocaine, a pound of marijuana, $30,000 cash and three vehicles.

A police source said the suspect, a landed immigrant, is well known to police. Known on the streets as Skellion and Tall Man, the man has been in Canada since he was 13 and his arrest, the source said, will have "a significant impact in the criminal community."
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In April 2004, Moulton – also known as Tall Man – was charged with two counts of attempted murder in connection to a double shooting. He was acquitted.

In 1999, he was convicted of attempted murder in the shooting of 31-year-old Fabian Graham. He was sentenced to more than a decade in prison.

The Kingston shooting was not the first time someone close to Moulton was killed. In October 2007, his girlfriend, Rachel Alleyne, was gunned down at a house party on Driftwood Ave.
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5 comments:

Neo Conservative said...

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[full taxt follows]

Gun victim faces drug charges

By ROB LAMBERTI, SUN MEDIA
Last Updated: 26th June 2009, 3:01am
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A man who returned to Canada wrapped in bloody bandages after being repeatedly shot in Jamaica in May was arrested in a drugs-and-guns investigation.

Not only is he facing criminal charges after he was arrested outside a Keele St. and Steeles Ave. liquor store by Toronto Police's Organized Crime Enforcement Unit, the man is appealing a deportation order to Jamaica.

Police from Toronto and Waterloo executed five search warrants, including at restaurants on Jane St. and Wilson Ave. With help from Waterloo investigators, police seized 510 grams of heroin, 113 grams of cocaine, a pound of marijuana, $30,000 cash and three vehicles.

A police source said the suspect, a landed immigrant, is well known to police. Known on the streets as Skellion and Tall Man, the man has been in Canada since he was 13 and his arrest, the source said, will have "a significant impact in the criminal community."

UNSOLVED 'DRIVE-BY'

In April, the suspect was shot several times in his foot during a gunfight outside Kingston, Jamaica, police said. One man was killed in the incident Jamaican police call an "unsolved drive-by shooting."

Police said the man now in custody in Toronto placed bandages on his wounds and boarded a flight to Pearson, where he was detained by Canada Customs agents and then released without charges.

It's not the first time the suspect had been shot. In the early 1990s, he was wounded by gunfire in North York.

A second man, described as "a good buddy" of the suspect was arrested outside his Fountainhead Rd. home, in the Jane St.-Finch Ave. area.

Curlew Devon Moulton, 35, faces charges including four counts of trafficking heroin. Eric Morgan, 41, faces charges including three counts of possessing the proceeds of crime and two counts of trafficking heroin. They're to appear in Old City Hall court Tuesday.


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alexb said...

The Race card should be played any time now .

Neo Conservative said...

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ignoring, of course, the violent, drug dealing thug card.

i figured dawg & canadian cesspool would have dropped by already to defend this guy's honour.

looks like they're slipping.

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Neo Conservative said...

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